RECOMMENDED

READING

Below is a non-exhaustive list of books which will give you a better understanding of the differing elements which make up systematic trading.

They are in no particular order and over time this list will be increased upon

Reminiscences of a Stock Operator

Edwin Lefevre

Trading Systems and Methods

Perry Kaufman

Evidence-Based Technical Analysis

David Aronson

Market Wizards

Jack Schwager

The Handbook of Portfolio Mathematics

Ralph Vince

The Psychology of Trading

Brett Steenbarger

The New Market Wizards

Jack Schwager

The Way of the Turtle

Curtis Faith

Trading Systems That Work

Thomas Stridsman

Trend Following

Michael Covel

Trading Beyond the Matrix

Van Tharp

Seasonal Stock Market Trends

Jay Kaeppel

Cycle Analytics For Trader

John Ehlers

The Art and Science of Technical Analysis

Adam Grimes

Stock Market logic

Norman Fosback

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